Nanotube Kevlar replacement

Nanocomp Technologies has managedĀ  to weave its’ nanotube fibers into sheets less than a fifth of an inch thick. Upon shooting, some versions of the sheets stayed intact. It’s looking like a lightweight replacement for Kevlar that should be onĀ  the market in about a year.

A Kevlar killer comes to market – Sep. 17, 2009.

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